Specialist closer to Las Vegas than the Mayo in Arizona?

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    Hi there, I have had headaches for maybe 15 to 20 years, and it is getting worse. My headaches are everyday and do not go away. I have tried many things. I can not find anyone that can figure it out, and do not know where to turn now. I was thinking of driving to the MAYO clinic in Arizona. Is there ANYONE out here in Las Vegas that I might be able to see? I appreciate ANY info that you can give me.

       I Thank You Very Much, Constant.

     
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    Dear Constant;

     

    The Mayo Clinic in Arizona has some excellent Migraine and headache specialists. We do maintain a listing of specialists who have been recommended by their patients. You can check there to see if there's a recommendation for someone closer to you than the Mayo. Check Patient Recommended Migraine and Headache Specialists.

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Published On: May 26, 2010